KLUG Weekly Meeting Notes

Tuesday, March 22, 2005

 

Linux File System Hierarchy Standard (FSH)


Presented by Mike Williams

See http://www.pathname.com/fhs/ for more detailed information:

Mike used a whiteboard and erasable markers that were quickly drying
out to show us how the Linux Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS) is
implemented in a typical operating system installation.

Mike had a handout (see below - click on the documents to enlarge)
that described what each component includes and whether it is a shared
directory. He included which ones are configured for read only or
read write status.

He showed us how the latest FHS would typically be structured on a
client and on a server. There were many questions fielded during the
presentation and a period of discussion after Mike finished.

(21 Linux enthusiasts attending)

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